The inaugural bulletin has links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to government in NSW.
A referendum on constitutional recognition of local government would be a step towards securing financial certainty.
The Australian Government announced a range of important measures in the 2013-2014 Budget.
In the 2013-14 Budget, the Federal Government has promised to invest a further $24 billion on roads, rail and ports.
Transcript of the Budget Reply Speech made by the leader of the opposition.
The Policy encourages private sector investment in infrastructure by providing an alternative to full private finance.
A discussion the remarkable story about the identification of another Chinese hacker.
The new Circular aims to simplify foreign exchange administration procedures for inbound and outbound direct investment.
For a foreign lender, India represents a vast opportunity amidst a complex maze of regulatory regime and market peculiarities that differentiate it from other lending markets such as the European and the Asia Pacific market.
The literal meaning of laundering is washing or cleaning dirty clothes.
The Regulation is intended to optimize the use of foreign exchange in export transactions and offshore loan drawdowns.
The fiscal and economic outlook in NZ is steadier and the Treasury has managed a skinny forecast surplus in 2014/15.
The government can't compulsorily acquire land for utility operators to relocate infrastructure for government projects.
The Act has a range of sanctions for non-compliance, from warnings to injunctions, substantial fines and imprisonment.
The SkyCity inquiry is a useful contextual guide to the rules of engagement when dealing commercially with government.
The article discusses property, tax, conducting a business and other issues relevant to foreign investors in Sri Lanka.